@A MyBCTeam Member .. Im so sorry that this horible disese has affected your family so much .. you and your family might need some therapy that is alot to handle … but rest assure there is always hope with god we can do anything.
I felt helpless with my diagnosis with Mets to spine and having emergency spine surgery the next day, so neck Fused from c2-t2. I just had my 7th taxol treatment and my tumors on spine are undetectable ans breast tumor has shrunk almost half ans is hard to feel on physical examination. So yes there is hope!! Stay 💪 you cam do it
God bless you and your strength is remarkable… lots of love and prayers 💖💖💖
Hello! My mother and I are both stage 4 as well. I have bone Mets and hers are in the skin. All I can say is lean on each other. Although it’s a sad circumstance, it does help to have my mom know what I’m going through. Sometimes it’s hard too. Sometimes I don’t want to tell her things to avoid causing her sadness about her situation. I couldn’t imagine being in her shoes. It’s a little easier for me because I’m her daughter. She doesn’t want to see me suffer, so she is strong for both of us. I’m blessed to have her.
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